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Knez, Kelly (2010). Being Muslim and being female. In Jan Wright and Doune Macdonald (Ed.), Young people, physical activity and the everyday (pp. 104-117) Abingdon, Oxon, UK: Routledge. 101 2
Knez, Kelly, Macdonald, Doune and Abbott, Rebecca (2012) Challenging stereotypes: Muslim girls talk about physical activity, physical education and sport. Asia-Pacific Journal of Health, Sport and Physical Education, 3 2: 109-122. doi:10.1080/18377122.2012.700691 129   2
Knez, Kelly (2008). Physical activity in the lives of young Muslim women living in Australia. In: Tony Rossi, Peter Hay, Louise McCuaig, Richard Tinning and Doune Macdonald, North meets south: East meets west. AIESEP2008 World Congress: Sport Pedagogy Research, Policy and Practice: International Perspectives in Physical Education and Sports Coaching, Sapporo, Japan, (16-16). 21–24 January 2008. 68  
Wright, Jan, Macdonald, Doune, Burrows, Lisette, Atencio, Matthew, Knez, Kelly, Laverty, Judy, Lee, Jessica, Nelson, Alison, O'Flynn, Gabrielle and Pang, Bonnie (2010). Reflections on methodological issues: Lessons learned from the Life Activity projects. In Jan Wright and Doune Macdonald (Ed.), Young people, physical activity and the everyday (pp. 197-209) Abbingdon, Oxon UK: Routledge. 69 2
Dagkas, Symeon, Benn, Tansin and Knez, Kelly (2014). Religion, culture and sport in the lives of young muslim women: International perspectives. In Jennifer Hargreaves and Eric Anderson (Ed.), Routledge handbook of sport, gender and sexuality (pp. 198-205) Abingdon Oxon, U.K.: Routledge. 33   0
Macdonald, Doune, Abbott, Rebecca, Knez, Kelly and Nelson, Alison (2009) Taking exercise: Cultural diversity and physically active lifestyles. Sport, Education and Society, 14 1: 1-19. doi:10.1080/13573320802444945 101 2 16 Cited 20 times in Scopus20 0
Knez, Kelly (2007). THE MEANING AND PLACE OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN THE LIVES OF YOUNG MUSLIM WOMEN PhD Thesis, School of Human Movement Studies, University of Queensland. 768 21
Knez, Kelly and Macdonald, Doune (2012). Them, us, we, me: negotiating being a Muslim girl in Australia. In Fiona Dowling, Hayley Fitzgerald and Anne Flintoff (Ed.), Equity and difference in physical education, youth sport and health: a narrative approach (pp. 115-118) Abingdon, Oxon, U.K.: Routledge. 73 7
Macdonald, Doune, Pang, Bonnie, Knez, Kelly, Nelson, Alison and McCuaig, Louise (2012). The will for inclusion: bothering the inclusion/exclusion discourses of sport. In Symeon Dagkas and Kathleen Armour (Ed.), Inclusion and exclusion through youth sport (pp. 9-23) Abingdon, Oxon, U.K.: Routledge. 142 7
Macdonald, Doune and Knez, Kelly (2009). "They can't judge us": Cultural diversity and Australian HPE. In: T. Cuddihy, 26th ACHPER International Conference Program and Abstracts. Supplement to the ACHPER Healthy Lifestyles Journal. 26th ACHPER International Conference: Creating Active Futures, Brisbane, (21). 7-10 July, 2009. 87  
Knez, K. B. (2004). Using Foucault to understand complexity and difference in the lives of young Muslim women. In: W. Shilton and R. Jeffery, International Education Research Conference Abstracts of papers. Positioning Education Research: AARE 2004, Melbourne, (113-113). 28 November - 2 December 2004. 46  
Knez, K. B. and Macdonald, D (2006). Young Muslim women and physical activity: Difference and diversity. In: P. L. Jeffrey, AARE International Education Research Conference Abstracts. Engaging Pedagogies, Adelaide, (130-130). 26-30 November, 2006. 115  
Knez, K. B. (2005). Young Muslim women and physical education. In: W. Shilton and R. Jeffery, 2005 Australian Association for Research in Education Conference Program and Abstracts. Creative Dissent: Constructive Solutions, Parramatta, (132-132). 27 November-1 December, 2005. 31  
Hunt, K. B. (2003). Young Muslim women, physical activity and physical culture: Dispelling myths, or reinforcing stereotypes. In: J. Hattie, NZARE AARE Conference 2003 Handbook. Educational Research, Risks, and Dilemmas, Auckland, New Zealand, (234-234). 29 November - 3 December, 2003. 48